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, this is "world news now." >>> good tuesday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm paula faris. in just a moment we'll take you live to newtown for the latest on the memorials and we're getting new details each hour, each minute on the shooter, adam lanza, and his mother. the family had quite a troubled past. we'll dig into that coming up. >> the center of this is the relationship that he had with his mom that led to why he killed her and the divorce and the estranged relationship with the dad and brother. there's a family dynamic here that you have to wonder if that's what led to the violence we saw friday morning. >>> also today, a survivor of the aurora, colorado movie theater. he wants everyone to hear his message about gun violence, certainly speaking from experience after he survived that. >> sadly, we have to clarify which massacre we're talking about. >>> and remembering senator daniel inouye from hawaii. >> a long storied career for the senator there. we'll get to that in a second. but first, our big story of the week, of the day, of the year in many ways and in many cases. mid
. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. in a moment, what that one-time insider from syria's chemical weapons program is saying now. if you weren't nervous about the situation before, after listening to this guy, plenty of reason for the world to be nervous what's going on inside syria. but also this half hour, the ultimate sacrifice. the member of the navy s.e.a.l. team 6 killed while freeing an american doctor from the taliban has been identified. we'll find out more about this fallen hero. >>> tom hanks is standing up for heroes. how the hollywood star is helping an army staff sergeant who just returned from afghanistan. >> very cool story. it was a prank in the best sense of the word. >>> and later, beyonce scores a $50 million deal. a sweet payday from a soft drink company. all the details coming up. >> keep reading. >> coming up in the -- whew, in "the skinny." we'll share some good beyonce news this morning. >> i don't think she's really worried. >> she's doing her thing. >>> but first, some very telling words from
." >> good morning, everyone. i'm paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. we'll update the investigation in connecticut in our top story coming up in just a second. as of course, mourners overcome with grief pay their respects to the first two victims of the sandy hook shooting. a town coming together in some attempt to carry on. but as you can see, their emotions still so very raw. >> we're going to see so many funerals throughout the week. it will definitely be a tragic sight. >> two down, but 25, 24 more to go for those people killed in the school. >>> also this morning, school campuses on edge from coast to coast. security is first and foremost as copycats pose threats that police are taking seriously. sad that cowards out there would take advantage of such a tragic situation. >> there was another scare at a school district less than 20 miles from sandy hook. they had schools on lockdown. on top of that, i couldn't get my mind around the idea, there was a bomb threat called into that vigil sunday night. so unbelievably sad moment, someone was sick enough to call in and threaten the v
a gun from the backyard of a nearby home. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, the suspects were then trailed by police to another nearby residence where a brief standoff >> one of at least two armed robbery suspects could be seen being taken into custody by police early friday near the intersection of mt. pleasant and clayton roads in east san jose. they are thought to be the same men who were spotted earlier by a resident of nearby monrovia avenue. for about two hours, robert saunders elementary school here on rocky mountain way was locked down as precaution. a few blocks away, in what police call a 'surround and call-out' operation' at least 21 officers and a couple canine units surrounded a home on clayton road where the suspects and several other people were thought to be holed up inside and quite possibly armed with a gun thought to have been used in a robbery on thursday. >> it may have been a fire arm that was from yesterday's event. but they went to the backyard to retrieve it. it did not belong to a residence but this is speculation. they are probably going to go back
favorite nfl teams. you know rob is watching all the games. we'll see how the season is shaping up. >> willis, how did the giants do yesterday? how did that game turn out? okay. i'm just curious. i don't hear anything today, willis. >> right, right. >> you're just so quiet. so unlike you today. looking angry. >> it's okay, willis, i'm with you. >> always next season, willis. >>> first, a major cleanup in northern california after a weekend blast of wet weather. dozens of flights were cap seld at bay area airports. >> and the area's famous vineyards under water. >> reporter: it's the christmas trip turned travel nightmare for drivers on the east and west coast. in northern california, with nor snow expected to blanket the sierra mountains, cars are having trouble just staying on the road. >> the roads were pretty bad. there's definitely going to be chain control for the next two days at least going into christmas. >> reporter: with warmer temperatures in the bay area, the pounding rain has been the big hazard. near san jose, this bad accident happened after one driver going too fast
is no object, and we know rob can spend a little dough, we have some ideas sure to please. here's abc's dan harris. >> reporter: it's called simply enough, the christmas book. an annual catalog put out by the high end retailer neimann marcus. inside, you can find fantasy gif gifts, like a $50,000 personal blimp, even a flying car at the bargain price of $3.5 million. >> it's just fun to go through and say i would love to have this, i would love to have that. ♪ it's a hard knock life for us ♪ ♪ it's a hard knock like for us ♪ >> reporter: this year you can buy a walk-on role to the broadway hit "annie." or this -- a real-life jet pack. at a price of roughly $100,000, it will take you 30 feet in the hair at 30 miles an hour. this can guy do twists, turns, barrel rolls and dive bombs. when i tried it, i inched along at five feet above the water. there's a $100,000 hen house. this looks like the french poodle of hens. here the 1% of the poultry world can cluck around in a coup fitted with a living room, modeled on the palace of versailles. is something like this wasted on chickens? is t
. 12-7. later on, same score, third quarter now it's rob's turn. his pass here is going to get tipped by a defender but it lands right in the hands of his tight end. that's wells for score. 19-7, syracuse leads it. 'cuse is up 38-14 in the fourth quarter. >>> navy and arizona state. we are scoreless off the play fake. kelly hits ross for a 16-yard hookup. the sun devils go up 7-0. in the second quarter it's 21-0, asu. the mids trying to get on the board. reynolds steps up and finds aiken in the end zone for a touchdown. navy down 21-7. later on in the first half. the sun devils up 21-7. kelly deep to ross again and brings in a 52-yard score. arizona state is leading 41-7 in the fourth quarter. >>> the terps haven't looked back since losing to kentucky to start the year. ten straight victories. that string continued as too as the terps thrashed delaware state. hosting the hornets. first half, maryland down one. look at seth allen making the moves dishing to charles mitchell. maryland up one. later in the half, pass ahead to howard, no look, gives it to dez wells, cleared for takeoff. a
. >> at the end of that, if you would have had money, we would have robbed you. >> he's doing really good physically right now. but mentally, he's pretty short. that's my major concern for me right now. for us to give the justice that he deserves. >> he said he was taunted. now he believes he was targeted. >> i feel as if it was a hate crime because i am a homosexual. i stand out. >> i don't want my son to feel like oh when i get up, i can't go to a corner store, you know to, pick up something because i might get beat up. you know? nobody should have to live in fear. >> police are investigating. they said they have some good leads and what at this point they're calling an assault. charles also tells us two years ago he was robbed at gun point. baltimore city police made an arrest the next day. >> time is 5:11. >>> new research making drug availability to cancer survivor rates. we'll explain in this morning's medical alert. >>> protecting children against identity theft. >>> but first here's a look outside. we have your insta weather plus forecast next. stay with us. 11 news saturday morni
the recession. and 17% say they are cutting back because of the looming fiscal cliff. >>> a fedex driver robbed and attacked as making deliveries. here is the family that found the driver unconscious outside their door. >> reporter: it was just 11:00 a.m., and the fedex driver made a delivery when police say he was robbed at gun point. >> my doorbell rang and i answered it and i realized the fedex man had been here. >> she didn't see him, and only his truck. her husband went outside and found him on the steps. >> i thought he was shot or something. >> the driver didn't move at first. >> and he said he thought he was still being robbed. >> for a good part of the afternoon the s searched a wooded area. it's unclear if it was related to the robbery a short distance away. services at a nearby church went on as usual, but for a while members were escorted to the church through the police line. >> unfortunately, this can be a dangerous time of year for fedex drivers or any drivers for that matter. they are instructed to watch behind them to make nobody is following them to take the packages away. two
for tornadoes. rob, brandi? >> thank you, andy. >>> not only is it christmas eve, it is national eggnog day. >> did you know? >> who knew? it's frothy, fattening, made from milk, sugar and spices. if it's homemade, it might be made with raw, unpasteurized eggs. but the commercial stuff like we have here is safe in cartons and made with the safe eggs, which is good to know. >> definitely. we're drinking the good stuff. >> can i get some of that? >> hey, the commish. >> there you go, dude. >> it gets a little messy. >> very nice. cheers. it's a party here. >> as you all well know, if you want something stronger, the brandy is in my desk upstairs. you know how we roll. >> my grandpa, that's the only way you got christmas eggnog if he is put in sometimes way too much brandy. you take a sip, way above 20 i promise. >> maybe it was in honor of his granddaughter, brandi. there you go. sometimes it's like, grandpa. >> we love you, gramps. good holidays. this is actually pretty good for the stuff we have here. well done, staff. salute, everybody. get some eggnog. we'll be back with more "world news
, and particularly i want to thank michael panelists here. rob satlof and i have been debating this issue for almost a decade. certainly with brett i can say i don't think i've ever disagreed with brett accept on this issue, and i particularly have to thank my colleague, brian katulis at the center for american progress. it shows the left and right can come together on certain issues and it's particularly brave to be here because on occasion i have looked at the web site and i sometimes find they are depicted as the son of satan. so i'm not sure what that makes brian. but i will just say -- let's be frank. what we are talking about is do you prefer dictatorship to democracy because that is what the resolution really is. because we know that if you actually have a free vote, right now the islamists are always going to do well and they are probably going to triumph. that may not be the case down the road. but right now if you have a free vote they will try. certainly in my mind that makes the vote unavoidable in the essential because if you believe you are going to have to go down that path, some have
at maryland live casino rob norton. thank you for joining us. exciting day for you guys. >> yes, good morning, very exciting! tell us what will be happening. 8:00 this morningment that will be it. the doors will never be looked again huh? >> that will be unlocking the doors for the last time which is kind of a fun thing to say. we get to go 24 hours and be able to take the excitement and fun all night long now. >> reporter: with the november referendum voters approved table games. can you give us a timeline and how soon? >> you'll actually start seeing changes on the floor in the early january. as we reshift and adjust the entire casino to make videotape for the table games. we hope to open in early spring. >> reporter: okay and what kind of games are retalking about and how many? >> we'll have over 100 of your typical vegas style games, 12. but also have poker games. you'll look at everything from blackjack to craps to roulette. so on and so forth. and then later, later on a little bit later on we'll have a -- you know world class poker room that will be opening up with about 35 to 40 games.
that shale so we can slump up all that delicious gas and oil. i'll let rob jackson describe the next step. he's a professor of environment studies at duke university. >> that step is to inject millions of gallons of water and chemicals at very high pressures. >> reporter: natural gas is trapped in billions of tiny pours. we fracture the rock to release it. hence, the word fracking. now actually we've been fracking rocks for oil for over 60 years. but in the last decade, we've totally transformed the process by adding in that horizontal business, all those chemicals, and the incredible pressure of the water. building a fracking well means a few months of noisy trucks and dust. after that, the finished well quietly pumps out gas for 30 to 50 years. >> they give you a, you know, a certain amount of money. just sign with them for a certain period of time. >> reporter: fracking can turn struggling farmers into millionaires. bob and tina mcshane signed away the rights to the shale under farm, but the money isn't flowing yet. they live in new york state which so far hasn't permitted fracking. >> hi,
for a man who robbed a bank which happened yesterday afternoon at capital one bank in the 1,000 bank of largo city drive in upper marlboro. they say the man walked into the bank, handed the teller a note and demanded money. >>> history in the commonwealth, virginia democratic party now hooz an african-american running the party for the first time ever. the party's ruling central committee elected sharnell herring, who replaces brian moran who is not seeking another term. >>> today the white house will join in celebrating the jewish holiday of hanukkah. the national menorah lighting ceremony is later this afternoon on the ellipse, the u.s. air force band will make an appearance and today's event is free but you do need tickets. in order to get those, you can head to our website, and search national menorah. >>> today is the recording of the natural christmas in washington show, featuring psy as well as controversy stemming from a 2004 video of him criticizing the iraq war. derrick ward has more on that video as well as the on poll i go. >> reporter: the gangnam style
it doesn't. next round of heavy rain line up off the coast. rob works for rerefrigeration company on north petaluma boulevard sits in a low spot near the petaluma river. the property hasn't flooded in years. but there's concern. it might if the forecast for this weekend holds true. >> well they are saying it's to be 7 foot high in the river, river right back behind us hear and about eight years ago the river overflowed at 7 and a half feet so we don't want, if it's a heavy rain you never know what it's liable to get t to. >>reporter: and again despite the current shower they have gotten a bit of a break here in the north bay this afternoon. of course all eyes will be on those rivers those creeks and in trouble spots like this because we know by now the river and creek are full and the ground is saturated as we head that the weekend. in petaluma, abc 7 news. >> certainly road conditions are treacherous. dozens of accidents all over the bay area. antioch highway 4 led to 3-year-old boy being ejected from his car seat. he was air-lifted to children hospital oakland with serio
to rob prostitutes. butler has already pleaded guilty and is in prison. >>> oakland police report the arrest of a suspect in a shooting that left a man in serious condition this morning. police say it happened just after 9:00 a.m. near east 31st street and 13th avenue. they say that the suspect shot the victim several times, then ran off and jumped into a car. police did get the license plate number from a witness and caught up with him near the fruitvale district at about 10:30 a.m. they have not yet released the name of the suspect but say a gun was thrown from his car. >>> coming up at 5:30, what oakland police are saying today about the suspect arrested for an attack on an autistic teenager. >>> a big jump in home prices shows the housing market is bouncing back. there was a 6.3% increase in october compared to a year ago. prices were up in a total of 45 states including california. we saw a 9% gain. at 6:00, there are signs after housing boom in one east bay community. the unusual call some homeowners are receiving from realtors. >>> on capitol hill today republicans and demo
broke the story originally. rob, how did they pull this one off? >> well, they went to arbitration. the arbitrator sided with the workers. so the uaw workers got their jobs back, as simple as that. >> but explain that to me, because most places, people watching across america tonight, would say, okay, if i showed up on the job, drunk or high, hung over, caught on my lunch break, doing something that might impair the people around me, or the actual work i'm doing, i would lose my job. so what do the unions have that others don't have that get them a second chance at a job like this? >> well, this is a situation where chrysler fired the workers. they were embarrassed by the video of course. it went national. it went international. they fired the 13 guys pretty quickly, because they wanted to send a message that, you know, this is not the image that chrysler wants. so they fired these guys quickly. then it goes through the arbitration process. took two years. chrysler hired a bunch of lawyers, i assume. the uaw hired a bunch of lawyers, i assume. they battle it out in court. the arbit
agency fees does is it robs a union of the ability to clip dues off of all of the members who benefit from a union contract. instead of having a union contract where everybody who is covered from it has to pay a certain amount of money to the people negotiating the contract, people that are in the bargaining unit don't have to pay money. only those who wish to so it makes it difficult for unions to maintain themselves and have the resources for bargaining, politics and other forms of representation. so that's what really happens. what winds up happening in right-to-work states is that union density winds up being dramatically lower such as in the south. what epi found about a year ago is on average workers in right-to-work states, since there is lower union density they have less resources wind up making about $6,000 less a year than workers in states that are nonright to work. >> eliot: let me try -- you're saying so much. i want to distill it down and break out a couple of points. first, this is not a right-to-
tonight accused of robbing a bank in d.c. and this happened at the suntrust bank on dupont circle. the suspect was taken into custody in the metro station and he said he was able to be be tracked down and that is thanks to a gps unit placed inside the moneybag. police say the same suspect is behind another bank robbery two days ago at the suntrust bank on 17th street northwest. >>> a loudoun county sheriff's deputy is under arrest after a fight with a neighbor. he's facing several charges, including misdemeanor assault and battery. the man told police he was assaulted by the crew yesterday while doing work on a home and the victim was taken to the hospital and treated. >>> the gun control debate is front and center ever since the tragedy two weeks ago in newtown, connecticut. some are calling for stricter laws and others are lining up to arm themselves concerned the guns could be taken away and that is what is happening tonight at a gun show in virginia. bob barnard is live with that story. bob? >> reporter: the show is now open and is considered to be the biggest annual show on t
was killed when two men tried to rob him. emma's funeral is set for tomorrow at 11:00 at st. mary's episcopal church in arlington. >>> we'll talk about the weekend forecast and we do have a little snow in the forecast. today looks fine with temperatures in the low 40s. we'll do weather and traffic with jeff newman coming up right after the break. >>> welcome back. this is a live look outside at the washington monument at 5:13 this friday morning. there is only a couple more days left in this year. we are almost done. with the chances of more winter weather heading our way, now is a great time to get the fox 5 weather app. search for d.c. weather in the app store. p store. >> all right. >> you keep leaving out the most important part. it's free. >> we should have like a little sound track. >> yes, my favorite word. >> the first thing i did was check out the fox 5 weather app. >> so did i. >> i was looking for something different than you but yeah. >> i was looking at the 10-day, trying to plan out my whole life. >> that is my favorite thing. >> i'm going hour by hour. i look at the hourly. >>
a capitol hill man this summer will be in court. police say tommy branch and sunny kuti attacked and robbed thomas maslin in august. maslin suffered a traumatic brain injury and was in a coma nearly two months. the third suspect, michael moore, waived his right to a hearing. >>> this morning, four children, one as yun as 12, face charges for carjacking. the virginia couple was outside their home in manassas wednesday night when the group held them at gunpoint. when police caught up to them, a 13-year-old girl was behind wheel. the suspects tried to get away leaving the minivan in drive which sent the van into a pillar in a mcdonald's drive through. the group took the couple's rent money and a new tablet computer just purchased for their daughter. >>> 6:34 right now. a malfunctioning furn mass is to blame for a massive fire that destroyed an apartment complex earlier this week. now, we're hearing the 91 calls for help as people watched the fire race through the building. >> i'm down the street but i can see it from here. there's smoke everywhere. >> do you know what floor it's on in. >> it l
picked off by rob jackson.o skins third interception. they win the nfc east title. just to think on november 4, this team was 3-6. now they will host a play offp lagame sunday against seattle.e. >> i'm very proud of this group because there's a lot of people, when they're 3-6, and you findyu some adversity they are notare strong enough mentally to go ou and practice hard, to give themselves a chance to accomplish goals. youco have to have strong character to take criticism ands keep on fighting and not worrywr about what's being said and just focus on your job. j players as well as coaches, soso very proud. >> this is the best feeling i've ever had, i sat in the lockerlo room, at a loss for words, it's that important to us, and we went out and did what we said we would do. we won 7 straight, won the division, and now we're in thete playoff, and now we need to decide how far we want to go. g >> it's the seahawks and redskins sunday, 4:30 on fox 5.o we will have a pre-game show at 3:30.3:30 also, we should mention todayday was black monday as they are calling t 7 nfl head coachesoa
a community still reeling after a teenager was shot and robbed on her way to school yesterday. derrick ward has more on the guardian angel patrols. >> reporter: yesterday this was part of a crime scene. but today it's part of something more. an effort to fight back. this after a teen was shot, just after 8:00 in the morning. she was on her way to school, headed for the bus stop. not her usual stop. there had been a robbery there so she was carrying her books in a computer bag and thought she would go somewhere safer. before she could reach that spot, she was confronted by a masked man. >> it was like he asked for the bag. and i was kind of slow to register. then he shot me and took the bag and ran. >> reporter: today amid the outrage that followed, members of the d.c. guardian angels stood watch. >> because of this tragedy, a young lady getting shot in the leg on her way to school, you know, this might be just the beginning now that it's the holidays. a lot of people are going to be out here looking for the special coats, jackets, tennis shoes. young people are going to be afraid to go to s
's an american ideal and american dream. a very sick individual robbed 20 children, six adults of their american dream. i'd like to think that they are in a better place today. i take some solace in my faith that i don't understand the grand plan. that the good lord does. but what i will say is that we all believe that this was a senseless killing and tragedy. i hope we can learn from it. i hope those in newtown, connecticut, feel the warmth of the nation that is sending their thoughts and prayers to them, this day, especially as we look forward to the holidays in front of us we will all say a special prayer for those that have been lost so needlessly in this act. i hope our country can come together. i hope we can focus on the american dream and the opportunity for all children and all americans going forward. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields. the chair recognizes thea. oregon, mr. defazio, for five minutes. mr. defazio: i speak on the floor today, the republicans are in conference with speaker boehner, talking about and getting an update on the so-called fiscal cliff
robbed the wells fargo bank at the corner of monterey road and main street about 145 saturday afternoon. he passed a note to a teller, demanded money and said that he had a gun. no gun was scene and no one was hurt, but the man escaped with an undisclosed amount cash. and was last seen heading south on my road. >> police also searching for a man who robbed a bank in belmont. these are photos taken from the bank surveillance video from the bag on ralston ave. according say that the suspect entered the bank and demanded money from a teller before running off. no one was hurt. bake employees describe the suspect as a white male adults between 8 to 25 to 35 years old. he is between 5 ft. nine and 6 ft. tall. >> a spike in both residential and although burglaries has residence on guard in morgan hill. since november 1st there have been in nine residential robberies and at least 14 auto break-ins. the significance spike in burglaries has been in the green leaf neighborhood, just north of east dunne avenue. police and volunteers went door to door with fliers advising residents with advice abou
? >> yes, i do. i think rob's right. if we go past january 1, that's not a problem necessarily, people think this will be resolved by january 15th. but if we go past january 1 and we don't see any resolution in sight, people are thinking it might be months before we resolve a possibility. the psychological impact would be quite large. >> are you a fan, rob, of say we get some sort of framework that does, i mean for a long time, we keep kicking the can, keep kicking the can, a lot of people would settle for some can kicking now, even if it pushed the harder conversation into the summertime. is that what's going to happen? would that be okay? >> i suspect it will. i'm quite, i would say pessimistic about getting at the real issue. the real issue, as greg alluded to, is medical costs in entitlements in the medium term. insurance rates, pharmaceutical monopolies, hospitalization monopolies, are the essence of the problem. all you have to do is look at every other industrial country. we pay almost double for care that's ranked 37th in the world by the world health organization. getting at t
did for us who were imprisoned in iran at the time was that it robbed us from hope. yes, you cannot change the behavior of the iranian regime. what you can do is to give 7000 political prisoners who are right now in prison, you can give them hope. the news does get into the prison. if they actually hear that you, in the united states of america -- i promise you they will hear this -- you are standing up for them and not about this whole masquerade of the nuclear thing. this has almost become a joke. if they hear that, you would literally be saving those political prisoners of lives. i have the luxury of not being a politician. i was in a political prison and i saw with my own eyes how thousands of young teenagers who were brutally massacred after being tortured and raped under the name of islam and religion. to be honest with you, all i am interested in is just saving one life. if i can save one life, then i can die in peace. i know the arguments are political. for me, it is an issue of practicality and it is an issue of saving lives. >> ali, you wanted to jump in? >> if i can give
hovnanian. not when kohl brothers htoll br unbelievable quarter and can't lift. rob in new jersey. >> caller: hi, jim. a sexy boo-yah to you from new york city. i love you and everything that you do on your show, and i subscribe to everything you have. >> yes! thank you! >> caller: you're welcome. a few months ago you mentioned merrimack pharmaceutical, mrck, as a good biotech stock. i'm in at age 50. what is your opinion -- >> i think you have to buy more. i feel very good about that. remember, these specs don't necessarily pan out, but i do believe in merrimack, and i would urge you to stick with it. i'm going to rick in kentucky. rick. >> caller: rick in louisville, kentucky, home of the kentucky derby. race horse boo-yah. >> sweet. >> caller: my question is a retail company opened up location close to me. i think it's the best location in the city called cabela's. and to me that store is like a disneyland for grown-ups. >> i totally agree with you. unfortunately, they've had a spate of warm weather weather. it's a cold weather stock. as they told you in the conference call. but i do thin
, this is not some internationalist left-wing conspiracy. this is a very much a bipartisan idea. george w. bush, rob dole, richard thornburg, not exactly a list of socialists. they're all for this treaty. and that's because it's really a very simple, basic idea. >> supporters of this u.n. treaty say because the senate has these ruds, these advice and consent things that limit the scope and define the scope of it, that is a protection that this treaty would ever be used to try to change u.s. law. he says that's not the case. >> it is the case because these objections that he was raising, they were raised at the committee level. and what the sponsors of the thety did was, okay, we don't think this is a legitimate concern. but just to be doubly sure that we know what this treaty means, they put in essentially amendments that say you can't go to an american court and try to enforce this treaty. the u.n., no one can do that. so again, it's a paranoid fan fantiacy. it's not reality. >> are there cases where -- that you know of where u.n. bureaucrats, you know, not even english-speaking u.n. bureaucrats li
are ringing the register. let's check in with walter rob, co-ceo of whole foods. find out how whole foods the company not just the stock is doing. welcome back to "mad money." >> thanks for having me back. >> you bet. >> have a seat. >> you bet. >> i go on to @jimcramer. and i said, please, anybody have any questions for walter? why don't we have one in huntsville? how come we don't have any in toledo? what's the problem with cleveland? we need one right now in downtown los angeles. there are 335, you can get to 1,000 easily. >> all the cities you mentioned, we're on it. >> you're on it. >> downtown l.a., we're working on it. >> one of the reasons i ask that is because a fellow from northern ohio wants to know, gary 500k, is ohio -- more than ohio too blue collar for whole foods? >> heck no. we're continuing to find. this year we opened up in boise, idaho, right? next year we have wichita, kansas, lincoln, nebraska. >> and there's nothing there. >> we're going to go there. >> you got your first one in hyann hyannis. >> kind of pricey, but we did get a nice spot in hyannis. tell him thanks
weapons. she may have been in fear of being burglarized or robbed or somebody else happening. maybe she had been threatened, you know, once before in her life and felt like she wanted weapons in the house to protect herself. but, there's not going to be an easy answer to that question unless she told a friend or relative why she wanted to have those three weapons. >> you know, let me follow up, tom. how hard is it to get a bush master rifle? and if i can ask about the pistols for a second, what are the issues surrounding them? are they possible to load with these high number of round magazines with a lot of bullets? >> yes, they're possible to do that. the standard magazine would generally enable that gun to have about 15 bullets in it. each of the two guns, about 15 bullets a piece, but you can buy extended magazines that carry 30 rounds like we saw in the tucson shooting a couple years ago. that would be available. we don't know if he had that in this case or if he just reloaded and had multiple magazines and reloaded as he ran out. because we think he shot more than 30 rounds from th
that romney had. one source said to me that rob portman, who is the prep guy for romney was throwing fastballs high and tight at romney. so you talk about someone who would act in a certain fashion to get the candidate prepared for the debate. i'm told that portman was really, really tough on romney, and offered no quarter at all. >> and actually, that wasn't a very good prep because the president wasn't that tough. >> not in that first debate. your thoughts. what was the biggest gem? >> the biggest glenn? no. well, i was fascinated by the debate stuff. but one thing that john and i did in this piece was to sort of do this pretty minute-by-minute tick-tock of election night. because it was just weird the way that went down with the long delay. and one of the things that i found out is the obama team, probably with the exception of obama himself were really ticked off at team romney for taking 70, 80 minutes to wait. valerie jarrett was angry. axlerod was angry. and jim messina had to call matt rhodes, mitt romney's campaign messenger and had to send a text before romney called. >> i think he c
is, lou dobbs. he was robbed. absolutely. lou: i have to be pretty careful today that this does not sound like sour grapes. i have to say that the choice is just fine. i mean, i was hoping for a different nobel prize winner to be the man of the year. a couple of folks come to mind. the lead scientist, he would have been quite an interesting fellow to put forward because he led the mars probe. i thought that was worthy of, perhaps, being a man of the year. cellular, microbiology, to actually get down to the gene level in talking about how to treat some of these diseases with the information that only they could discover. [talking over each other] lou: you would think the only thing that happens is a negotiation over something termed by the national media is a fiscal cliff. the only thing that happened in this country is, everything that child. these are scientists who have wrought great child to mankind. i do think that within the pathetic terms that constitute our time and media, particularly, for the liberal national media, obama is as good of a choice as any other. he is a man
, hello. caller: i think we have been mismanaged. wall street robbed the country and now they're going after the people to pay for wall street. now the people have to pay for what they have done to us. host: what does that mean to you? what would you like to see happen? caller: some people should have gone to prison for robbing us. some people should be held accountable. it seems like the politicians and wall street are together, but it is the people against wall street. corporations run everything and the politicians are right there with them making money. host: matt kibbe. guest: i happen to agree with you. there is this unholy collusion between, what i would call insiders, the chronic capitalists, all those people who hire lobbyists come to washington, d.c., to get a special deal come get an earmark in a spending bill. that's typically how this happens. it is the political parties and these crony capitalists. i would not exclude left interests like the unions out well. the people who pay for that are the people on the downside to do not have a lobbyist in washington, d.c., starting
attacked and robbed in recent months. at least two americans were killed in robbery-related violence. >>> an attorney is reportedly asking a connecticut court's permission to sue the state for $100 million on behalf of a student who survived the massacre in newtown. the attorney claims the 6-year-old identified as jill dough is traumatized by the mass shooting. he also accuses the state of not protecting the students. >>> a number of gay couples married in maine early this morning celebrating the new law there that went into effect at midnight. voters in the state approved gay marriage in november and maine becomes the third state to approve the law by popular vote. voters have put the law into effect already in washington state and maryland will recognize the law on new year's day. >>> and people in nepal love elephants. hundreds turned out on friday for nepal's ninth annual elephant festival which including watching them play soccer. organizers insist el familiarities have learn houd to play the game and they're not being directed by the jockey. either way
first time, and my mentor and friend, former congressman john linder, came to me and he said, rob, if you get worried, if you get into trouble, don't worry, jay will be there. and i think about how in one way or another, over 34 years, how many young, frightened, yet enthusiastic public servants have been comforted with those words, don't worry, if you get into trouble jay pearson will be there. this new incoming freshmen class is going to miss those comforting words and this incoming freshmen class, along with 435 of the rest of us, are going to miss jay pearson. i want to thank dr. pearson, mr. speaker, for his long, diligent, but most importantly cheerful service. it is an example that we could all learn from and i hope that we do. with that, mr. speaker, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. under the speaker's announced policy of january 5, 2011, the gentleman from california, mr. garamendi, is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the minority leader. mr. garamendi: i thank you, mr. speaker, and i ask unanimous consen
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